Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, March 28, 1934, Page 8, Image 8

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    MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUTE, ifEDFORU, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1934.
the subject, "Abide With Me." On
Sunday, April 8, there will be a re
union service of former confirmation
cQasses, both, children and adults.
MICHIGAN DIGS OUT
AFTER RECORD SNOW
Detroit, March 28. (tfi Automo
bile, rail and bus traffic continued
to move slowly throughout south
eastern Michigan and western On
tario today while men and machines
struggled to clear away the heaviest
snowfall since 1696.
Over-exertion In shoveling snow re
sulted In at least four deaths,
1
S Midget Phou 10c Peasley Studio.
SUPPLY STAMPS FROM
PORTLAND P0ST0FFICE
PORTLAND, March 28. (P) Ef
fectlve April 1, stamps for all post
offices In Oregon will be suppllod
through the Portland postofflce, ac
cording to an announcement by B.
L. Hageman, Portland postmaster. At
the present time first and second
class offices In Oregon obtain their
stamps direct from Washington, D.
C, with third and fourth-class sta
tions ordering from Portland.
More economical handling of stamps
will be possible under the state sys
tem, Hageman believes.
Hymn Writer Dies.
PORTLAND, March 38. (P Mrs.
Frank A. (Carrie Ellis) Breck, 79,
author of many gospel songs gener.
ally used In church services and
evangelistic meetings, died at he;
home here last night, "race to Face
With Christ My Savior" was ons of
her best known hymns, and it was
translated Into several languages.
BRINGING RELIEF
Or. Hayes has returned and resumed
practice.
IN VALLEY AREA
Med ford's million-dollar rain prom
1as to continue the weather fors-
. cast for tonight and Thuraday la "un
settled with rain;"
Although the atorm had brought a
total loll of only .83 of an Inch at the
weather bureau, up to this morning,
other sections of the valley had been
more favored. A report from Prof.
T. C. Relmcr of the Southern Oregon
Experiment station at Talent reveal
ed a fall of 1.27 Inches there for tho
same period.
A report to the California Oregon
Power company from Prospect this
morning showed a total precipitation
for the month of March of 1.B9 inches,
which la considerably In excess of
Medford's total of .67 for the month.
The latter leavea a shortage of .03
lor Medford for this month, which
may be filled before the end of the
week, however.
Up to 6 p. m. yesterday, .29 Inch
of rain fell, the United States weather
bureau reported here, and during the
night, up to 8 a. m. today, the total
fall vs .20 inch.
According to Prof. Relmer, no ap
preciable harm has been done to the
process of pollenlzatlon now under
way In yalley orchards.
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OF
10
It li a beautiful tree, the cedar
of Lebanon, which marka the south
west corner of the county court
house grounds this week; all passers
by agree to that, but few of them,
It was revealed today, realize the true
value of the tree, which was donated
by N. 8. Bennett, local nurseryman,
as a memorial to southern Oregon
pioneers.
Those w,ho have studied price lists
on shribs and trees, however, do
realize because many of them have
found the purchase of such a cedar
financially impossible.
The tree was planted Monday, fol
lowing the luncheon honoring pio
neers who .have made their home In
southern Oregon for 5 years, and
constitutes a beautiful growing trib
ute to the spirit which enabled the
pioneers to carry on through many
hardships to establish home and
state.
It is more than 14 feet In height
now. Purchase of a small tree of the
same variety, It was stated by a
gardener today, Is beyond the reach
' of most home owners.
OPERETTA APRIL 7TH
"The Wishing Well," a favorite op
retta. particularly with little folk
who claim a slight allegiance with
the Emerald Isle, will be presented
by the Phoenix Orange on Saturday,
April 17, It was announced today.
n wui oa produced at the orange
nail under the direction of Vaughn
Quackenbush,- well known musician
of the valley, who la affiliated with
the Phoenix Orange,
ray Carver will direct the dancing
nd Marjorle Wilcox will act aa ac
companist. Mr. and Mrs. Bino Sloan
will carry the leading roles and oth
er membera of the cast will be an
nounced later.
ST. PETERS RECEIVES
CHILD COMMUNICANTS
At Bt. Peter's Evangelical Lutheran
church, 10 Portland avenue, on Palm
Sunday a class of five children Ida
Bowman, Lome Bowman, William
Earyra, Roland Schleledrelter ' and
Ora Mee Thlede were received Into
communicant membership by the rite
of conflrmalton.
Tho Rev. 21, H. Young preached on
SCREEN
DOORS
BIG PINES
Lumber Co.
Phono 1
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Medford Shoppe of
Beauty Culture
Announce These Prices Mow
Effective
Permanent WavM..f2.B0
Firsgor Waves............. ,B0
Shampoo . ,25
Hair Cut .25
Marcel ......... .50
Manicure .35
41 912 East Main St.
Across from Roiy Theatre
Phone M
Hours from 6:00 to 5:00
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I Oxfords
S9.98
pair
Dress oxfords
for Easter at
Wards low
price. Of good
black calfgrain
leather with
oak . leather
sole. 6 to 11.
Men's New
Oxfords
$0.49
Pair
: Black Calf grain
bluchers with ox
; ford wine tip.
Rubber finte and
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Men's
Oxfords
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Kangaroo lea-
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toughest wear- m
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sketched is $
just one at this -
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Oxfords
$Q.69
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Raster In new
shoes here's a
good oxford of
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Oxfords
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mm Pair
Sports oxfords til
good looking
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Boys' New
Oxfords
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Pair
nti new shoe,
for Easter at
Warns low price.
Smart, nrll made,
plrndld nrsrlni.
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New Hats
$2-95
Gray! The color for
hats this Faster snow
gray, pearl grar and
stccll
Men's Shirts klvy
Easter shirts ot
broadcloth I P re
shrank and vat
dyed I Value I
ShirH, 25C
Shorts, 25c
White cotton ath
letic shirts. Broad
cloth shorts with
DOUBLE FLY.
Fancy Socks m'? jPv
25c mm
Smart two color style,
with dorks. Varleti
shades, pat term. 10 to
MODELS SMARTLY DRESSED MEN PREFER
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and
See this Spring show I A BRAND NEW SLANT ON
SUITS! Certainly you'll find the latest models! AND
tailored to fit much more comfortably! They'll wear
longer than most suits at this price because Wards
PURCHASING POWER gets finest woolens at the
lowest prices! Come in and see them!
Wards Easter Hats . . . . S1.98!
Unionsuits
Combed cot.
too; non-sag
shoulders.
Cream color.
79"
For Limited Time Only!
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A PLY plus S core) breakers
Riverside Ramblers are safe low
priced tires have modern non
skid, center traction tread latex
dipped cordi full sized full
weight. They are guaranteed with
out limit as to time and mileage.
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THEY LOOK LIKE $1 SHIRTS"
(was one man's guess)
These fine cotton broadcloth shirts
would sell higher except for
Wards buying power!
Men's Spring ties .... . JQg f
Boys' Easter shirts ...... 59c,
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117 So Ccntrr.!.
Telephone 288